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For the directions in Indian tradition, see Guardians of the directions#Directions_in_Hindu_tradition.
|Directed by||Sai Paranjpye|
|Produced by||NFDC, Sai Paranjpye Films|
|Written by||Sai Paranjpye (Screenplay & Dialogue)|
|Music by||Anand Modak|
|Cinematography||Madhu Ambat, G. S. Bhaskar|
|Edited by||Om Prakash Makkad|
|Running time||135 min|
Disha means direction.
- Bombay and the Village in 1990s Women's Cinema, Rashmi Sawhney, Journal: Film Studies, ISSN: 1469-0314, Volume 11, 2007.
There has been a wonderful love story of Disha.
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